Caine plays a man on holiday in Rio with his best friend. Both men have teenage daughters with them. When Caine falls for the amorous daughter (played by Michelle Johnson) of his best friend, they embark on a secret, if slightly one-sided relationship. Johnson's father is furious when he finds out about the 'older man' in his daughter's life, and sets out to hunt him down with the aid of Caine! Written by
You can blame the night, blame the wine, blame the moon in her eyes, but when all else fails . . . you'd better . . . Blame it on Rio!
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Did You Know?
About nine minutes into the film, Michael Caine
is looking out of the window of his airplane window, and the film cuts to a longish black-and-white clip of Rio. This is actually the famous airplane sequence from, Flying Down to Rio
(1933), a famous musical from the Golden Age of Hollywood. See more
While shaving, Matthew nicks his cheek and it is bleeding. The cut appears in the next scene which takes place just a few minutes later, but in the scene that takes place later on that day, the cut has disappeared completely. See more
[about their daughters
They'll be all right. They're good girls.
Yeah. Let's go find some bad ones.
Music by Oscar Castro-Neves
Lyrics by Aldir Blanc See more